From all of us Trinitarian Christians at the Cadre this season...

...who not only believe that the single fundamental ground of all reality is rationally active; but who also believe that this independently existent Fact (upon which, or rather Who, all other reality--including us, all our readers, and the evident natural system around us--is dependent for existence) is a self-existent eternally coherent interPersonal relationship...

...and who believe that tomorrow at least represents the day in history when the living Action of this essential Love, having descended into the Nature He loves and for which He gives His own life, was born of a woman; in order to give His own life with utter completeness, fulfilling all fair-togetherness (or 'righteousness' as we tend to translate it in English)--not only for those who love Him, and not only for those who don't know Him, but even for those who are outright His enemies--

--to all our readers throughout the world, whether or not you believe a single word of what I just wrote:


And, if you are at all inclined to do so (which I hope you will be, someday if not already so):




Jason Pratt said…
"He sees you when you're sleeping;
"He knows when you're awake;
"He knows when you've been bad or good..."

It isn't really about St. Nicholas. It's about St. Nicholas' King. {s}

(As the real St. Nick most certainly agreed. {g})

Off to go wrap gifts for giving now. See you-all next year, if not sooner!

BK said…
Merry Christmas to all.
Metacrock said…
Excellent summary Jason! I'm going to quote that on my blog when I come back. Well done.

Merry Christmas everyone!

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